Gastelum vs. Noke Set for UFC 195

Welterweights looking to make a statement to kick off 2016 will meet at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, January 2, as former Ultimate Fighter winner Kelvin Gastelum meets surging Australian veteran Kyle Noke.

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Fresh off a Fight of the Night battle with Neil Magny in November that saw him suffer only the second loss of his pro career via split decision, Gastelum is hungry to pick off where he left off after his stunning late surge in Mexico. In Noke, the Arizonan will be in tough once more, as the Australia native is looking better than ever at 170 pounds, where he has gone 3-1 with two knockouts of Charlie Brenneman and Peter Sobotta.


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